Sunday, August 14, 2011

Don't Fear the Reaper or Your Future

Recently, the song by Blue Oyster Cult has been on my mind. After hearing the melody for about 24 hours (okay, I admit I'm slow sometimes), I realized that my guidance wanted me to pay attention to the lyrics. My husband (being a child of the 60s and owning an extensive library of 1960-1970 songs) had the song on his iPod. When I played the song, I had God bumps all over my body—a sign to me that I am hearing truth.

Yes, there is indeed a message for all of us as we approach the uncertainty of 2012. Our many lifetimes/incarnations on Earth have come and gone, yet we are still here. There is no need to fear what is coming next. Even if a calamity such as a pole shift or nuclear war were to wipe the human species from the planet, we will still live on in the afterlife and other realms of consciousness, for we are eternal souls. Those who are here to help the planet and humanity ascend into purer consciousness will lead the way. Follow the path that the ascended masters have shown us.

Romeo and Juliet represent our need to balance the divine feminine (yin) and divine masculine (yang) and redefine (consciously create) our own happiness rather than falling prey to the world system or allowing life to happen by default.

Things cannot go on as they have been. The veil separating us from our multi-dimensional selves is blowing away. This is the dawning of the age of light in which duality (us vs. them, good vs. evil) will not exist. Yin and yang are two sides of the same coin. We must realize and accept that we are one in Spirit. Have no fear of this change—the reaper.

Here are the lyrics to "Don't Fear the Reaper:"

All our times have come
Here but now they're gone
Seasons don't fear the reaper
Nor do the wind the sun or the rain (we can be like they are)
Come on baby (don't fear the reaper)
Baby take my hand (don't fear the reaper)
We'll be able to fly (don't fear the reaper)
Baby I'm your man

Valentine is done
Here but now they're gone
Romeo and Juliet
Are together in eternity (Romeo and Juliet)
40,000 men and women everyday (like Romeo and Juliet)
40,000 men and women everyday (redefine happiness)
Another 40,000 coming everyday (we can be like they are)



Love of two is one
Here but now they're gone
Came the last night of sadness
And it was clear that she couldn't go on
Then the door was open and the wind appeared
The candles blew out and disappeared
The curtains flew and then he appeared (saying don't be afraid)

Come on baby (and she had no fear)
And she ran to him (then they started to fly)
They looked backwards and said goodbye (she had become like they are)
She had taken his hand (she had become like they are)
Come on baby (don't fear the reaper)

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